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Venkaiah Naidu rejects opposition's impeachment motion against CJI

Venkaiah Naidu rejects opposition's impeachment motion against CJI

He consulted legal luminaries, constitutional experts and former Secretary Generals of both the houses, former law officers, Law Commission members and eminent jurists. However, this is now being questioned by senior legal experts such as Prashant Bhushan. "He has to see whether the Motion is in order or not - have 50 Members signed it or not signed, are their signatures genuine or not genuine". Read More

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Bride, women and children killed in Saudi-led airstrikes at Yemen wedding

Bride, women and children killed in Saudi-led airstrikes at Yemen wedding

Footage from the scene of the air strike shows scattered body parts and a young boy in a green shirt hugging a man's lifeless body, screaming and crying. The ongoing war has driven the country to the brink of starvation with some 22 million people in need of humanitarian aid. Col. Turki Al-Malki, spokesman of the Coalition to restore legitimacy in Yemen, said that the missiles were launched deliberately from Saada governorate of Yemen to target densely populated civilian areas of Jazan. Read More

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Rudy Giuliani joins legal team amid Trump's denouncement of Mueller investigation

Rudy Giuliani joins legal team amid Trump's denouncement of Mueller investigation

The deal was finalized over dinner in the last week at Mar-a-Lago, the president's coastal Florida retreat. Former Giuliani law partner Geoffrey Berman, who now serves as the interim U.S. But he is now a subject of the probe - a designation that could change at any time. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani will be the newest member of President Donald Trump's flailing legal team. Read More

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Students walk to protest gun violence

Students walk to protest gun violence

The protest marked the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado. ∫ Faculty and staff at Amsterdam High School worked with students who wanted to voice their opinion on school violence, bullying and gun control laws by setting up tables in the school with petitions for the students to sigh to get Congress to change laws. Read More

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EPA inspector general to investigate Scott Pruitt's security detail on trips

EPA inspector general to investigate Scott Pruitt's security detail on trips

Pruitt has been under fire for potential ethics lapses, including flying first class, excessive spending on security, and the rental of a room in a Washington condominium tied to an energy lobbyist. traffic lights, to disciplining employees who raised questions about all this, we have had enough. Larry Noble, former president of the Council on Governmental Ethics Laws representing government ethics administrators, questioned whether so many staffers were required for the advance team and ... Read More

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Throw out all of your romaine lettuce: CDC

Throw out all of your romaine lettuce: CDC

McDonald's in Nogales and Green Valley said Friday they are not serving salads because of the outbreak. No grower, supplier, distributor or brand has been identified. These symptoms include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting. A worker harvests romaine lettuce in Salinas, California , Thursday, Aug. 16, 2007. Read More

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France says Syria attack evidence 'highly likely' to 'disappear'

France says Syria attack evidence 'highly likely' to 'disappear'

Earlier this month, four Iranian military personnel were killed in an air strike on Syria's T4 air base, also in Homs. Earlier, Moscow said that the strikes were aimed at thwarting the United Nations chemical watchdog's investigation. "First of all, I would like to note that we hail the decision of OPCW Director General Mr. Ahmet Uzumcu to deploy inspectors of the Fact-Finding Mission to Douma to analyze the situation on the ground, i.e.to collect evidence such as soil samples, samples ... Read More

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Airlines move quickly to inspect jet engines, reassure passengers they're safe

Airlines move quickly to inspect jet engines, reassure passengers they're safe

A woman, Jennifer Riordan, reportedly was partially sucked out of a broken window during the incident and ultimately died from her injuries. The inspections ordered are a sharp step-up from actions by both the European and U.S. A cycle concerns a complete flight, from engine start to takeoff and landing to complete shutdown. "They said there's a hole, and uh, someone went out", she calmly adds. Read More

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Parts of central Berlin to be evacuated by 9am

Parts of central Berlin to be evacuated by 9am

Each year, thousands of unexploded World War II bombs are discovered across Germany, and as development continues in the country's major cities, the number of cases isn't expected to see a slowdown anytime soon. Last week, German bomb disposal experts successfully dismantled a 1.8-tonne United Kingdom bomb found in the town of Paderborn. "For a bomber, this would have been a strategically important place", he said. Read More

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More Than 40% of Americans Breathe Dirty Air

More Than 40% of Americans Breathe Dirty Air

The 2018 report found many cities across the nation experienced more days when ground level ozone reached unhealthy levels in 2014-2016 because of record-setting heat; ozone pollution worsened significantly in 2014-2016 compared to the previous report; and many cities across the nation experienced more days when ground-level ozone , also known as "smog", reached unhealthy levels. Read More

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United Nations in talks with Syria, Russia on security for chemical weapons experts

United Nations in talks with Syria, Russia on security for chemical weapons experts

The Associated Press met with residents who said they were overwhelmed by chlorine fumes on the night of the alleged attack, and lost their loved ones. However, Russia has repeatedly denied all allegations. Speaking at an emergency session of the OPCW at its headquarters in The Hague, Ahmet Uzumcu said the team had deployed to Douma to carry out a security assessment of the area ahead of the inspectors' visit. Read More

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Hannity Responds to News He Was Michael Cohen's Client

Hannity Responds to News He Was Michael Cohen's Client

In fact, while responding on his radio show to news that he had been identified as one of Cohen's three clients, Hannity explicitly stated that he was never represented by nor had he ever retained Cohen. The identities of those clients were bound to impress: the President of the United States, Fox News' Sean Hannity and Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy. Read More

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Tributes For Barbara Bush; Son, Jeb, In Chicago For Speech

Tributes For Barbara Bush; Son, Jeb, In Chicago For Speech

Just last year, allegations surfaced that Bush, who for more than five years has used a wheelchair for mobility, inappropriately touched more than a half dozen women on their buttocks as they stood next to him to take photos. Bush - grandmother to 17 and great-grandmother to seven, the former first lady spearheaded family literacy programs during her time in office and beyond. Read More

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National Weather Service in Columbia Confirms Tornado Touchdown

National Weather Service in Columbia Confirms Tornado Touchdown

Deadly slow-moving storms generated record or near-record snowfall and low temperatures in the U.S. Midwest and tornadoes further east on Sunday, leaving airline travelers stranded and thousands without power. MI utilities said power failures caused by freezing rain affected more than 300,000 homes and businesses Sunday. The weather service also warned of potential coastal flooding along Lake Michigan in Wisconsin and IL, where Chicago residents were warned that waves could reach as high as ... Read More

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Bon Ton To Liquidate

Bon Ton To Liquidate

Bon-Ton filed for bankruptcy in February shortly after it announced the closure of more than 40 stores. Bankrupt department-store chain Bon-Ton Stores Inc. Money raised from the auction will be used to repay what is owed to Bon-Ton's creditors. Bon-Ton Stores has 260 locations in 24 states, including furniture galleries and clearance centers. Read More

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Carrie Coon Is Playing Proxima Midnight in Avengers: Infinity War

Carrie Coon Is Playing Proxima Midnight in Avengers: Infinity War

When you have a movie as large as Avengers: Infinity War, even some of the big names tend to fall by the wayside. Our possible first taste of that next phase remains untitled for spoiler reasons, but Joe Russo said that it's "going to be quite a long while" before people learn the title of AVENGERS 4 , squishing hopes that the reveal would come at the conclusion of AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR . Read More

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Japan PM Abe may quit in June

Japan PM Abe may quit in June

Abe therefore wants to ask Trump to raise the issue of Japanese abductees, who were kidnapped decades ago by the Pyongyang regime, during the U.S. leader's proposed meeting with Kim. Even a new trade agreement may not reduce America's trade deficit with Japan by much. In the evening, the president and his wife Melania Trump will have dinner with the Japanese prime minister and his wife, Akie. Read More

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London violence: Police probe after another teenager stabbed to death

London violence: Police probe after another teenager stabbed to death

Officers, paramedics and London's Air Ambulance rushed to Chestnut Ave at about 10.50pm, but the man was pronounced dead at the scene. A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of murder over another killing in Brixton. When they arrived to the scene, they found the victim, Christopher Miles, dead. So far no one has been arrested in connection with the stabbing. I am in close contact with the police and I am reassured that they are doing everything they can to bring those responsible ... Read More

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